Array is inspired by the wooden slate cladding found in the modern architecture. The fascination of the graphical elements and the profound love for embracing the Nordic design tradition, were the foundation for the drawing of Array.
With its geometric shape and vertical slats, Array creates a strong visual effect from catching both light and shadow in the depth of the slates. The Illusion og transparency is intended to create a feeling of growing curiosity as you get a glimpse of what is hidden behind the closed doors.
The sleek legs lift the sideboards from the ground creating an elegant contrast between the solid wooden cabinet on top and the thin metal construction underneath.
Array has spacious storage options with its veneered shelves. You can rearrange them or remove them completely to have one open space. The wooden doors all have soft close hinges that makes it a pleasant and soundless experience to open and close the doors.
New Scandinavian design. Array is designed by Says Who. A Danish design studio founded by Kasper Meldgaard and Nikolaj Duve. Rooted in the traditions of Scandinavian design, Says Who combines minimalism with functionality to create furniture and design solutions. The studio is part of the movement of 'New Scandinavian design' with respect for the design heritage while reinventing it to fit the present time and environment.
The Array series consists of two sideboards (120 cm and 180 cm), two low sideboards (150 cm w/legs and 150 cm wall-mounted) and one highboard (80 cm). All variants are available in three selected finishes: White pigmented oak, black painted oak and walnut.